A world wide reputation, amazing field trips and satisfied students are just a few of the benefits of studying at the Lancaster Environment Centre
“Should we farm tigers or ban all trade in them?” is one of many questions explored by Lancaster University’s new conservation scientist
A groundbreaking study on how human activities affect small Amazonian rivers wins a Lancaster PhD student a Brazilian conservation prize
Husband and wife offer complementary perspectives on coral reefs, fisheries and our place in the ecosystem
Human-induced climate change increased the risk of severe storms like those that hit the south of England in the winter of 2013/14, causing devastating flooding and costing several people their lives.
A nationwide survey by ecologists has revealed that over 2 billion (US) tons of carbon is stored deep under the UK’s grasslands, helping to curb climate change.
A unique module taught by scientists from Unilever transformed a prizewinning student’s understanding of his subject, and set him on his chosen career path.
A new UK map and catalogue of schemes that use natural processes in flood management highlights the need to evaluate the effectiveness of these projects
Lancaster alumnus, Dr David Stanners, one of the founding staff of the European Environment Agency, explains how it helps improve environmental policy.
A research paper on global tree numbers, involving a Lancaster University researcher, was one of 2015’s most widely discussed academic articles online